Julie Demers Atwater, American critical care nurse. License practical nurse, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Registered Nurse Utah, Critical Care Registered Nurse, certified trauma nurse, ENPC. Recipient Utah Critical Care Nurse of Year award, 1991; named Emer. Room Nurse of Year, 2000. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Northern Utah American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Emergency Nurses Association.
Licensed Practical Nurse, Fanny Allen School for Practical Nursing, Winooski, Vermont, 1967. Associate Degree in Nursing, Weber State College, Ogden, Utah, 1982. Bachelor of Science in Allied Health, Weber State College, Ogden, Utah, 1987.
Bachelor of science in nursing, Weber State College, Ogden, Utah, 1989.
Practical nurse Brattleboro (Vermont) Memorial Hospital. Practical nurse Intensive Care Unit, Cooley Dickerson Hospital, Northampton, Massachusetts, Cheshire Memorial Hospital, Keene, New Hampshire. Clinical nurse Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit Evanston (Wyoming) Regional Hospital, 1978-1987.
Clinical nurse Veterans Administration Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1985-1987. Critical care nurse McKay Dee Hospital, Ogden, Utah, 1978-1992, level IV nurse, 1989-1992, clinical head nurse Intensive Care Unit, 1992-1995, critical care service line shift coordinator, 1995-1997, emergency room nurse, since 1997. Committee member Intensive Care Unit and Heart Right Group, member Intensive Care Unit advisory committee and critical care re-engineering committee, 1992-1995, organized move to new hospital location committee, 2002, organ donor liason, since 1982, trauma committee, 1982-1997, express admit pilot program, 2000-2001, staff nurse, management team, since 2002, hospital ethics committee, since 1998.